Soil, Surface water
Radon in surface water and soil survey, NTS 41J/7, 10, Elliot Lake area, northern Ontario, 1968.
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During the summer of 1968, radon concentrations in surface waters were measured in three small lakes (Ryan Lake, Noname Lake and Stinson Lake) and one large lake (Ten Mile Lake) near the city of Elliot Lake in northern Ontario. Radon determinations in soils were carried out on soil traverses on the northern and southern limbs of the Quirke syncline.
A summary of the work can be found in Geological Survey of Canada Paper 69-46.
|1||Dyck, W. (1969). Development of uranium exploration methods using radon. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 69-46. (more)|
|1||1968||Uranium Exploration Methods Using Radon, 1968 (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers part of NTS 41J/7 (Elliot Lake) near the city of Elliot Lake, Ontario. It extends from Ryan Lake in the southwest to Stinson lake in the northeast. The centre of the study area is located approximately 2 km northeast of the unincorporated area of Nordic Townsite.
Covers part of NTS 41J/10 (Rawhide Lake), in the area of Ten Mile Lake, Ontario. The centre of the study area is located approximately 18 km northwest of the city of Elliot Lake and 8 km west of Highway 639.
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